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" I's be a bit feared for him now ; he's just a chield like ourselves, I think." Half-a-dozen dogs of all degrees had already gathered round " the advocate," and his way of returning their compliments had set Willie Elliot at once at his ease. "
Story of the life of sir Walter Scott, revised, with additions, incl. the ... - Page 82
by Robert Chambers - 1894 - 144 pages
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Critical and Miscellaneous Essays, Volume 4

Thomas Carlyle - German literature - 1839 - 466 pages
...Scott, " out-by the edge of the door-cheek," whispered, " Weel, Robin, I say, de'il hae me if I's be a bit feared for him now ; he's just a chield like ourselves, I think." Half-adozen dogs of all degrees had already gathered round "the advocate," and his way of returning...
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Memoirs of the Life of Sir Walter Scott, Bart, Volume 1

John Gibson Lockhart - Authors, Scottish - 1839 - 422 pages
...Scott, " out-by the edge of the door-cheek," whispered, " Weel, Robin, I say, de'il hae me if I's be a bit feared for him now ; he's just a chield like ourselves, I think." Half-a-dozen dogs of all degrees had already gathered round " the advocate," and his way of returning...
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Memoirs of the life of sir Walter Scott [by J.G. Lockhart].

John Gibson Lockhart - 1839 - 426 pages
...Scott, " out-by the edge of the door-cheek," whispered, " Weel, Robin, I say, de'il hae me if I's be a bit feared for him now ; he's just a chield like ourselves, I think." Half-a-dozen dogs of all degrees had already gathered round " the advocate," and his way of returning...
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Chambers's Miscellany of Useful and Entertaining Tracts

William Chambers, Robert Chambers - Art - 1847 - 850 pages
...and getting somewhat reassured from the sight, said to Mr Shortreed, " Weel, de'il ha'e me if I's be a bit feared for him now ; he's just a chield like...Scott took down from old people anecdotes of the old rourfi times, and copies of the ballads in which the adventures of the Elliots and Armstrongs were...
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Critical and Miscellaneous Essays, Volume 2

Thomas Carlyle - 1848 - 464 pages
...Scott, " out-by the edge of the door-cheek," whispered, " Weel, Robin, I say, de'il hae me if I's be a bit feared for him now ; he's just a chield like ourselves, I think." Half-adozen dogs of all degrees had already gathered round "the advocate," and his way of returning...
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Narrative of the life of sir Walter Scott, bart., begun by himself and ...

John Gibson Lockhart - 1848 - 428 pages
...Scott, " out by the edge of the door-cheek," whispered, " Weel, Robin, I say, de'il hae me if I's be a bit feared for him now ; he's just a chield like ourselves, I think." Half-a-dozen dogs of all degrees had already gathered round " the advocate," and his way of returning...
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The Southern Counties' Register and Directory:: Containing Much Useful and ...

Berwickshire (Scotland) - 1866 - 490 pages
...Scott, " out-by the edge of the door-cheek," whispered, " Weel, Robin, I saydeil hae me if I'se be a bit feared for him now ; he's just a chield like ourselves, 1 think." Of this decent man Lockhart says : " According to Mr. Shortreed, this good man of Millburnholm...
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Chambers's Miscellany of Instructive & Entertaining Tracts, Volumes 9-10

William Chambers, Robert Chambers - Anthologies - 1870 - 526 pages
...and getting somewhat reassured from the sight, said to Mr Shortreed : ' Weel, de'il ha'e me if I's be a bit feared for him now ; he's just a chield like...The friendship of Mr Edmonstone of Newton led him, in like manner, to visit those districts of Stirlingshire and lower s Perthshire where he afterwards...
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Chambers's miscellany of instructive & entertaining tracts, Volume 10

Chambers W. and R., ltd - 1870 - 272 pages
...and getting somewhat reassured from the sight, said to Mr Shortreed : ' Weel, de'il ha'e me if I's be a bit feared for him now ; he's just a chield like...The friendship of Mr Edmonstone of Newton led him, in like manner, to visit those districts of Stirlingshire and lower s Perthshire where he afterwards...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Volume 228

Early English newspapers - 1870 - 790 pages
...gathered round the wayfarers. He then whispered to Shortfeed, " Weel, Robin, deil hae me if I'se be a bit feared for him now ; he's just a chield like ourselves, I think." Willie Elliot and Scott" very speedily became great friends over the punch-bowl ; for whisky punch...
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